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Joanne McNally

Joanne McNally

Joanne McNally

The Courthouse Arts Centre has unveiled a packed programme for Spring/Summer 2020.

The Tinahely venue will host concerts, nights of comedy and performances by some of Ireland's best-loved musicians.

Highlights in March include performances by Mary Coughlan and Leslie Dowdall, who will be joined on stage by some of her pupils from Crossbridge NS.

Local singer Luan Parle will bring her 'Never Say Goodbye' tour to the Courthouse for one night only on Friday, April 3.

Comedian Joanne McNally will perform her 'Prosecco Express' show on May 23. The world around her is getting married and having children and streaming off to buy slow cooker crock pots and buggies. Joanne owns nothing and despite some comedic achievements, her mother is still trying to convince her to go back and study nursing.

Brian Kennedy and Donal Lunny will also perform at the Tinahely venue in June.

Meanwhile, the Courthouse's popular film club will show films including the Oscar-winning 'The Favourite' and 'Once Upon a Time in Hollwood' over the coming months.

For more information about upcoming events, visit the Courthouse Arts Centre's website on www.courthousearts.ie.

Wicklow People